The FHSVCA is an affiliate chapter of the American Volleyball Coaches Association.
Established in 2007 to build relationships between the AVCA and high school volleyball coaches across the country, affiliate partner member coaches who join the AVCA will receive the eduational tools, product/member discounts, publications and other benefits of being an AVCA member. With the anticipated addition of Florida in 2010, the AVCA Affiliate Partner Program will grow to total ten states, including Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
FHSVCA Membership is open to all high school volleyball coaches in Florida. This includes both boys and girls varsity, junior varsity, freshman and assistant coaches.
FHSVCA Membership is $65 and includes:
- $50 one-year AVCA High School Affiliate Membership
- $15 to the FHSVCA to establish member benefits for the high school coaches and student-athletes in your state!
About the FHSAA
The Florida High School Athletic Association was founded by a group of 29 high school principals who met at Peabody Hall on the University of Florida campus. The Florida Legislature gave the FHSAA statutory recognition as the official governing body for interscholastic athletcs in Florida. Currently, the FHSAA has a total of 748 member schools.
About the AVCA
The AVCA, with its headquarters in Lexington, Ky., is managed by IMG Associations, a division of IMG, the world's premier and most diversified sports, entertainment and media company. The mission of the AVCA is to develop and grow the sport of volleyball; with a membership of over 5,000 and counting, the AVCA provides a professional network for those individuals and companies dedicated to enhancing and developing the sport. Members are comprised of national and international coaches, collegiate, high school, club, youth and Olympic coaches, as well as club directors. Other members include former players, officials, media members and other friends of volleyball. As a group, the AVCA is committed to the development, growth, advancement and publicity of volleyball throughout the world. Further information is available at http://www.avca.org/.